Spray blush isn't a brand new concept – MAC had one some years back, apparently. If you didn't have a chance to try that one (I did not), a new cheek-colour-in-a-can has just hit stores: say oh hai to the Sephora Collection Perfection Mist Airbrush Blush.
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Am I wrong in thinking that a spray blush must come with some sort of control issues? How do you not get it everywhere? I needed to see this Sephora Perfection Mist Airbrush Blush ($25 CAN at sephora.ca and $20 US at sephora.com) in action. At the Sephora Spring 2016 media preview, I cornered Sephora Pro Artist Adi Lando and used my iPhone to shoot a quick, spur-of-the-moment demo:
Okay, it doesn't look that hard to use the Sephora Collection Perfection Mist Airbrush Blush, right? In fact, I saw someone use it without even looking in a mirror, and the result was so fresh and rosy – and on her cheeks, not all over her face. She'd used the pink shade in this collection of spray blush; the others are peach, orange and a rose nude.
Has anyone used spray blush before? Or tried this new spray blush from Sephora? If you haven't used a spray blush ever, do you have concerns?